Server Professional course timeline
Achieve multiple qualifications through this course path.
Provides you with essential IT support skills, including IT installation, fault finding and basic networking.
You now have your CompTIA A+ certification. The most recognised IT qualification.
(MTA) Networking Fundamentals, (MTA) Security Fundamentals, (MTA) Windows Server Administration Fundamentals
These Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) qualifications will teach you the basics of setting up a network, how to make sure all of your data stays secure, and what a server is and what you need to consider when setting one up.
You now have all three Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certifications.
MCSA Server 2008
Provides you with of primary Windows Server skills that are relevant across multiple solution areas.
You now have your MCSA Server 2008 certification.
Gives you the skills to identify and protect against potential security threats, so that you can keep data safe and secure.
You now have your CompTIA Security+ certification.
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|Server Administrator -||
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£36,678 - £63,115
|Server Support -||
£29,000 - £42,500
|Server Support Engineer -||
£30,750 - £37,500
|System Engineer -||
£29,000 - £52,500
|Server Professional -||
£37,500 - £59,875
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